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ExxonMobil Foundation gives Cornell $383,162 matching gift for education
The ExxonMobil Foundation has given Cornell $383,162 through its Educational Matching Gifts Program.
Due to ongoing precautions in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, representatives of the ExxonMobil Foundation presented a check for this amount in a virtual meeting with Lance Collins in May 2020.
The grant is the result of the foundation’s match of donations made to Cornell by ExxonMobil employees, retirees and surviving spouses, many of whom are Cornell alumni.
The ExxonMobil Foundation reported that its matching gifts program this year netted $16 million in donations to 790 institutions, resulting in a total of $37 million in education grants from the foundation, which is working to improve U.S. math, science, engineering, and technology education through such programs.